May 26, 2016

  • Residents push for safety upgrades to St. Clements intersection
  • June 4 is the time to Dig In to support the WCS food bank
  • Woolwich, developer reach deal on new Breslau subdivision
  • Riverside PS staff and students preparing for transition
  • Auditor gives Wellesley’s finances a clean bill of health
  • Environmental assessment the first step in development plan for former Varnicolor site
  • Editorial: Wellesley issue brings rural road safety to the fore
  • EDSS athletes on the run to provincial competition
  • Wellesley roads to form circuit for bicycle races
  • Lancers wrapping up a strong season on the pitch
  • High school athletes to be hitting local streets for Tinman Triathlon
  • Downtown Elmira shuttle has a distinctly local feel to it
  • Walt’s in charge … of more than a few laughs
  • A bear-able use for their ash tree
  • Pair of new events to help WCS with its fundraising goals
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